I’m planning on making an Ultimate Dungeon Terrain style set but I’m waffling on one key part: Do I want to go with a more cartoony art style (printed and pasted), or do I want to go 3d realistic (using actual flocking and carved-foam stonework)? They both have their merits.
Cartoon-drawn is easily readable, just needs printouts, scissors, glue, and a bit of “tab-n-slot” ingenuity to make 2d standees.
3D realism looks impressive, but involves more time and supplies. It also may not be as easy to transport.
So cast your votes. Which would you rather see at the table: Cartoony, or realistic?